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Tri-Valley cities seek 'community' recognition in redistricting

Original post made on May 19, 2011

Five Tri-Valley cities are petitioning a redistricting commission to keep their municipalities together as new legislative districts are drawn to meet changing population centers in the Bay Area.

Read the full story here Web Link posted Thursday, May 19, 2011, 4:28 PM

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Posted by Rick Pshaw
a resident of Danville
on May 19, 2011 at 9:39 pm

One important item of information is that The California Citizens Redistricting Commission website is at Web Link


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Posted by [removed]
a resident of Alamo
on May 21, 2011 at 8:21 am

Dear Editor,

In e-exchanges this morning, this concept that Danville and San Ramon governments are more part of the 580 corridor than Contra Costa communities answered many questions for 24/680 south corridor residents. Neighbors within those cities fully understand their link to Walnut Creek and the 24 corridor that connects our area to the City, San Francisco. But somehow their governments focus south and east in their economic and political connections. Many comments by Danville and San Ramon neighbors illustrated concerns that Danville and San Ramon governments will continue to separate themselves from the 24/680 south corridor and become a traffic burden to the corridor.

Certainly, Monday’s Tri Valley Transportation Committee (TVTC) illustrated that selfish viewpoint with the following commentary about Alamo, “We haven’t been able to get anything done because of “one area”. “A small group” is always stopping anything from happening.” Selfish solutions to these tri-valley governments are to convert Alamo and Lamorinda roads into alternative traffic routing for Tri Valley commuters.



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